Hello, friends! First of all I want to wish you a very beautiful week ahead!
As you know, on Monday I use to post macro photos in my rubric Macro Monday. For today I have chosen a small flower of Echeveria.
Echeveria is a succulent plant, originating in Central America and Northwest South America. She is appreciated for the beauty of rosettes made of dense leaves. Echeveria is easy to grow in the house, as it survives of large daytime heat variations as well as alternation between hot days and cold nights. There are over 150 species of echeveria. I’m not sure which species it belongs to. I have it for many years and last year it bloomed for the first time. Flowers are small and are grouped on a strain. They are extremely beautiful. Do not you agree?
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